Lynn Gamwell, Ph. D., has organized interdisciplinary projects linking art and psychology include the exhibition of Sigmund Freud's personal art collection that was shown at the Jewish Museum in New York, Sigmund Freud and Art (Harry N. Abrams, 1989). She also curated the exhibition Dreams: Art, Science, and the Unconscious Mind (Cornell University Press, 2000), which was shown at the Historisches Museum der Stadt, Vienna; for her catalogue essay she was awarded the Gradiva Prize (for "Best Historical Writing") by the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis. Simon Bronner, Ph.D., specializes in the study of the human emotions, perceptions, and motivations that underlie the creation of Folklore. A graduate of the Folklore Institute of Indiana University, Bronner is author of The Carver's Art: Crafting Meaning from Wood (University Press of Kentucky, 1996), a study of the psychological meaning of woodcarving within the lives of four elder woodcarvers in rural Indiana. In 2011 Bronner was named editor of the leading reference work on American Folklore, the Encyclopedia of American Studies. Mike McGee is currently director of the Lee and Nicholas Begovich Gallery and a professor of art at Cal State Fullerton University where he heads the museum studies/exhibition design graduate program. He has worked as an art writer, curator, and arts administrator since 1982. He has organized and written essays for more than two hundred exhibitions and accompanying pubications working with artists such as Don Bachardy, Tony DeLap, Paul McCarthy, Mark Ryden, Kenny Scharf, and Robert Williams. He is founder of both the Cal State Fullerton Grand Central Art Center in downtown Santa Ana, Ca.